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When I think of BBW's, I think of big beautiful women, BUT they've got a huge waistline and look kind of sloppy.This is very lucrative for them."She added: "In the run-up to Christmas we are expecting the problem to get worse, but we hope that it won't stop people donating.Charities like Great Ormond Street can't afford to run charity shops and we are the best way for them to get much-needed money."Clothes Aid placed tracking devices in some bags, resulting in police raids that led to nearly 100 arrests and the recovery of 13½ tons of donated clothes.Whatever your passion, invite “redpilled” people in your area to join.In a folk- and family-hostile environment for white people, no one else will care about our interests.In Western societies that include people of various cultural and ethnic backgrounds, online dating reflects in-group preferences.Dating sites for Latinos, Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Blacks, Indians, Jews, Arabs etc.Members of the gang could be seen loading hundreds of bags of clothes from anonymous white vans into larger lorries with Lithuanian licence plates for transport across the Channel.The clothes are worth at least £500 a ton wholesale, but will fetch even bigger profits when they are sold second-hand.Beginning with phrases like "Dear householder", they copy genuine charity flyers by appealing for "urgently needed clothing" while giving the impression that it will be donated to Third World countries.Van-loads of used clothes, left out as a result of leaflets delivered in Wandsworth last week, were traced by The Sunday Telegraph to a depot on an industrial estate in east London.